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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 7, 1969 PAGE 13 ir in Ft. Smith H. TERBIETEN -- A Concelebrated Mass was offered in St. Church here October 25 Magdalen Sharum Ter- of Leo Henry Terbie- Maurus Gerke, O.S.B., St. Boniface, was the celebrant. Concelebra- The Rev. Peter Sharum, of St. Benedict's Subiaco, who is a cousin Father Maurus the homily. Sanctuary were The Rev. I. Reynolds, pastor of King parish, Fort The Rev. James Foley, Pastor of Sacred Heart Charleston; and The Rev. Maechler, O.S.B., of Abbey. Terbieten died October a very brief illness. born in Massard May a daughter of Urban Bury Sharum. She of Catholic Daugh- America, Court Joan of a past president of St. Home and School Asso- Litter. It's enough to make you sick. Isn't it enough to make you stop? lary Leona Terbieten, Scholastica Convent, is a sister-in-law Terbieten. The family Christ the King parish, the funeral be Boniface Church be- n long time membership homily Father Maurus how Mrs. Terbieten as 'ltne ssed her parent s look- the missionaries who tor their mission church the priests into their I Be Confused About lhe Failh :ead The Guardian New Class Officers New officers have been elected at St Edward Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, Fort Smith. Taking the oath of office were, front row, from the left, Linda Schmalz, president, who is a native of Paris, and Gladys Sutton, vice president, who comes from Heavener, Okla. Standing is Alice Mcgee, named reporter, who is from Hampton, Mo., and Mary Brinkman, secretary, a native of Fort Smith. Not pictured is Jean Muschaney, treasurer, whose home is Fort Smith. home and furnishing meals and other needs. Mrs. Terbieten con- tinued this practice in the com- fortable home she made for her husband and family, issuing din- ner invitations to priests. Besides her busband, she is sur- vived by three sons, Bernard and Leo Anthony, both of Fort Smith, and Dr. Urban Terbieten of San Antonio; a daughter, Mrs. Teresa Henry of Wilmington, Mass.; two brothers, Joseph Sarum of Fort Smith and Lawrence Sharum of Massard; a sister, Mrs. Ann Ben- nett of Bellingham, Wash.; and six grandchildren. Active pallbearers were Paul Lux, Robert Sharum, Lawrence Yon Hatten, Grant White, Clarence Sharum and Arthur Sharum. Hon- orary pallbearers were Herman Terbieten, Vincent Gramlich, Richard Sharum, Noah Sharum, Maurice Sharum, Henry Sharum, Robert Moody, Mike Sharum and Billie Sharum. Burial was in Cal- vary Cemetery. Duluth's Bishop Schenk Dies Duluth, Minn. (NC) -- An out- pouring of grateful people ren- dered a final salute to Bishop Francis J. Schenk, 68, fourth head of the Duluth diocese until his retirement last May 1, atfnn- eral services here. Requiem Mass for the bishop was offered Oct. 31 in Holy Rosary cathedral, packed with mourners. Burial services were held inCal- vary Cemetery. Bishop Paul F. Anderson, per- sonal choice of Bishop Schenk as his successor, was chief concele- brant of the Mass. Three priest- officials of the diocese were con- concelebrants. Bishop Anderson in the homily eulogized the many contributions of Bishop Schenk to the diocese. Bishop Schenk died Oct. 28 in St. Mary's Hospital here, near his birthplace, Superior, Was. He was born April 1, 1901, the sonof Nicholas and Frances Mary Schenk. He attended College of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn., then studied for the priesthood at St. Paul Seminary. He was ordained June 13, 1926, and made post-ordination studies at the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., earning adoc- torate in canon law. He served as vice chancellor, a professor at St. Paul Seminary and vicar general, until May 24, 1945, when he was consecrated bishop of Crookston, Minn. He was transferred to the Duluth diocese following the death of Bishop Tho- mas A. Welch and was installed on April 19, 1960. Woods arson is a crime. Report any sign of it. J ,*,, HELP PREVENT) 'JIIf2--'FOREST FIRES i ,. T.E ,oo.. J Raleigh Gets New Bishop Washington (NC) -- Msgr. George E. Lynch, 52, has been named auxiliary bishop of Raleigh, N.C., by Pope Paul VI. Vicar general of the Raleigh diocese for the past year, the new bishop has been given the titular See of Satafi/ His appointment was announced here by Archbishop Luigi Rai- mondi, Apostolic Delegate iq the U.S. Bishop-elect Lynch was born March 4, 1917, in New York City. He was graduated from Fordham University in 1938, studied for the priesthood at Mr. St. Mary's Sem- inary in Emmitsburg, Md., and the Theological College of the Catholic University of America here, where he was ordained May 29, 1943. Bishop-elect Lynch has served as a pastor since ordination, as notary of the diocesan tribunal, diocesan chancellor, officialis and vicar general. Arkansas Hits Church Taxes Washington (NC) -- The churches have gained the support of 37 states in their battle to re- tain tax exemptions, an issue fac- ing a Supreme Court decision. The states have filed a friend of the court brief in the Supreme Court through Atty. Gen. Louis J. Lefkowitz of New York. "The compelling public purpose served by religious organizations is constitutionally sufficient to warrant tax exemption," Lefkow- itz declares in his brief. The 36 states joining New York are Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisi- ana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mex- ico, North Carolina, North Da- kota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wash- ington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. There has been no explanation why attorneys general of the 13 other states did not join in the presentation. Commissioned Joseph R. Mentgen of Little Rock has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. He is being assigned to Mather Air Force Base, Calif. The lieutenant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Mentgen, 3824 W. Fifth in Little Rock. He was graduated in 1964 from Catholic High School and received his B. S. degree this year from State Teachers' College of Arkansas. He is a member of Sigma Tau Gamma. His wife, Diane, is a daughter of Mrs. Marion Keene, 2423 Durwood Road, Little Rock. Keep America Clean. Keep America Beautiful. o Advertising contributed for the public good. 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